The Week in TOD News November 7-13, 2020

Concerns about the impact of the pandemic on public transit continue. Achieving affordable housing through TOD, density, and infill development. Plus improving bus service and reliability.

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The Week in TOD News May 9-15, 2020

COVID-19 impacts give rise to adaptation & experimentation, transit advocacy, slow service rollout, housing shortage & transportation equity concerns, and an examination of housing design. NJ TRANSIT to receive CARES Act funding. A look at the Newark Downtown District. Financial market tightening concerns, Fast housing in San Diego CA. New projects in Santa Rosa CA, Stratford CT & Honolulu HI. Rezoning along BRT in Richmond VA. MRT Jakarta seeks innovative product and service partners.

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The Week in TOD News: March 28-April 3, 2020

TOD advances in Morristown, Red Bank, Jersey City & East Orange. Affordable housing ordinance in Asbury Park. Exploring density after COVID-19, Portage IN, accessory dwelling units in San Luis Obispo. How cities cope with coronavirus.

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The Week in TOD News January 11-17, 2020

Building boom in Montclair, Major tenant signs in Morristown, New Jersey City project, and Living in Plainfield. Encouraging density in Chicago, Austin plans transit expansion, Coachella’s transit future, “Rent & Ride” affordability in NYC. Pune, India, advances TOD, China to build 4000 km of new rail, and Germany embraces rail over air.

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New & Noteworthy: July 2018

News on millennials relocating to the suburbs, the number of school-children in NJ rental housing, projects in Montclair, Linden, and Hoboken. Also visions for clean transport in the Northeast, new TOD in Toronto, increasing density at LA stations, and Boston efforts to help commuters.

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New and Newsworthy: March-April 2016

The latest from Hackensack, Montclair, Newark, Orange, Rutherford, Somerville, Union, and Westfield. Plus news on embracing density in the suburbs, first floor retail, workforce housing, and the Schuylkill Yards project in Philadelphia.

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